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Major Assessment Essay: Aboriginal Rights

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Essay Assessment: Worth 30 % of the Unit. Topic: Aboriginal right in Australia and over the last 50 years.

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Major Assessment Essay: Aboriginal Rights
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Law War Common law Indigenous peoples of Australia Politics of Australia Mabo v Queensland Terra nullius Eddie Mabo British Empire Aboriginal title Aboriginal land rights in Australia South African law Papua New Guinean law
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Law War Common law Indigenous peoples of Australia Politics of Australia Mabo v Queensland Terra nullius Eddie Mabo British Empire Aboriginal title Aboriginal land rights in Australia South African law Papua New Guinean law
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The British failed to recognise Aboriginal culture as a valid system. The experience of Indigenous peoples in Australia since settlement raised many examples of human rights issue. The Aboriginal people of Australia numerous cases of fundamental human rights was violated such as “stolen generation”, taken from their immediate families, violence and abuse of power was critical elements of these violations1. Indigenous people were increasingly drawn within comprehensive protection regimes where Protection boards exerted control all aspects over their lives. In the area of native title rights, some recognition has been given to Indigenous customs and laws. Mabo and its legislative and case law progeny seek to give recognition to native title, restoring to some extent the injustice perpetrated by the terra nullius doctrine2. Sovere...
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